Juntian Wei '19 will travel to Brazil to participate in the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as a volunteer.
From California's Silicon Valley to a hospital in Kenya, nearly 200 Illinois Wesleyan students are interning this summer in locations around the globe.
Nursing major Julia Nykaza '17 is one of only 53 students selected to intern this summer at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi awarded recent physics graduate Julia Savich '16 a $5,000 fellowship for graduate study.
Residents on Bloomington's west side were concerned their bus stops had no seating, so recent graduate Julie Lewis spearheaded a community-wide project to build benches.
Journalist Jenny Nordberg's book about the practice of bacha posh -- disguising young girls as boys in gender-segregated Afghanistan -- is Illinois Wesleyan's Summer Reading Program selection.
Ruomeng Zhang '16 transformed from fear to confidence during her time at Illinois Wesleyan, thanks in part to close relationships with faculty who encouraged her varied talents.
Fourteen Illinois Wesleyan students heading to Asia this month received a briefing from Philippine Consul General Generoso D.G. Calonge in Chicago.